State and Federal Poster, Inc. Release New Posters Regarding Human Trafficking, Which is Now Required by Law to be Posted in Certain Businesses

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Certain businesses are now required by law to post notice regarding human trafficking to avoid hefty penalty and civil liabilities. First offense is $500 then $1,000 after each subsequent offense.

Human Trafficking Poster

Human Trafficking Poster

Failure to post may subject business owners to an initial $500 dollar then $1,000 after each subsequent offense.

State and Federal Poster, Inc. now carries human trafficking posters that are required for certain businesses. Any businesses licensed under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act must post this poster.

Urgent care centers, private job recruiters, emergency rooms, truck stops, bus stations, and airports must also post these notices. These notices must be placed in open area where employees and the public can view in sight. Failure to post may subject business owners to an initial $500 dollar then $1,000 after each subsequent offense.

Human trafficking is now the modern form of slavery. Law enforcement are now making penalties stiffer on offenders to prohibit such actions from occurring in the business environment. Victims often do not know where to turn which make these postings the only hope where employees can turn to for help. California is a populous place and is the world's ninth largest economy, which explains why it is also the nation's top four destination for trafficking humans.

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